GoodnessMe Box Wholefood Markets
November 8 & 9, 2016
10 am – 9 pm
The Grounds of Alexandria
7A, 2 Huntley Street
Alexandria, NSW 2015
Market stalls, healthy foods and speakers. Oh my.
Talk about a role reversal. Usually the GoodnessMe Box comes to you. This time, however, you will be going to the GoodnessMe Box.
In case you aren’t familiar with these delivery delights, they’re a monthly subscription health food sampling service. What does that mean for you? Good question. You look forward to 6-10 clean eats the world is going nuts about each month. Think the newest superfoods, wholefood bars to eat on the go, nut butters, kale chips, coconut oil, herbal teas, raw chocolates, natural protein powders or gluten-free cereals.
These guys love the element of surprise, so you never know what is in your mystery box, but- hint hint- it’ll be natural, GMO-free and yum central with plenty of recipes and ideas for using the new ingredients and goodies.
They require all the goodness in their boxes to fall in at least TWO of these categories: organic, sustainable, raw, gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free or vegan.
Basically, they put in the leg work, so you can get straight to the whole enjoying part. Good teamwork.
And guess what? They’re doing that thing they tend to do and very literally thinking outside the box by allowing you to get “inside the box.” Boom. We just blew your mind.
Enter the GoodnessMe Box Wholefoods Markets. The Grounds is once again becoming wellness ground zero. And at this event you’ll get the chance to wander the market stalls, discover and sample the latest and greatest health foods, shop exclusive at-event offers, dine at The Grounds Cafe or the Potting Shed and take home a mini GoodnessMe Box.
It’s a two day, two night health food extravaganza that boasts a jam-packed schedule of influential speakers & cooking demos showcasing cooking techniques and sharing their insights on how to live healthily and enjoy delicious and nutritious food.
Honestly, trying to fit all this into your monthly subscription box… Well, the postage would have been a nightmare.
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